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“Operation: Hi Mom, Hi Honey” Reaches Milestone In Warming Hearts With Canvas ArtWorks

The CafePress, Inc. (NASDAQ: PRSS) e-commerce website, CanvasOnDemand.com, has announced that its Operation: Hi Mom, Hi Honey program has delivered over 6,500 canvas artworks to loved ones, specifically moms of U.S. Military currently stationed overseas. Since the founding of the program in 2006, CanvasOnDemand.com has provided canvas artworks free of charge as a forever-heartwarming Anniversary or Mother's Day gift.

Affectionately titled Operation: Hi Mom, Hi Honey allows for troops who are currently deployed overseas to nominate their loves to receive a free custom canvas. The brushstroke canvases are made to look just like traditional paintings. CanvasonDemand.com takes prized photographs and transforms them into fantastic works of art on canvas.

"The original idea for Operation: Hi Mom, Hi Honey was born after I made a canvas photo for my cousin's wife while he was deployed in Iraq. When we received the heartfelt thank you's from him and his wife, and understood how meaningful the gesture of a special piece of photo art was to them, we knew we had to provide a way for our overseas troops to honor their loved ones back at home," states CanvasOnDemand.com co-founder Joe Schmidt. "It's an honor and a privilege for us to offer our thanks and appreciation to our troops through this program, and extremely gratifying to be part of the wonderful stories that have been shared by so many of the families that have been touched by it."

CanvasOnDemand.com has impressively fulfilled orders from numerous remote locations that include Japan, Afghanistan, Iraq, Kuwait, Korea, Germany, and Cuba. Operation Hi Mom, Hi Honey canvas artworks have shipped to all 50 states, as well as to Puerto Rico, Guam, Armed Forces Africa, and Armed Forces Pacific.

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